|SAIL Pump Assembly - Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory|
Late 20th century, 1973, robot arm at the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, SAIL, assemblies an automobile water pump using computer vision. Shows the hand-eye system assembling a simple pump, using vision to locate the pump body and to check for errors. The parts are assembled and screws inserted, using some special tools designed for the arm. Some titles are included to help explain the film...
Keywords: robotics,SAIL,Artificial Intelligence,SAILFILM,saildart
Hands by Robert Bolles, the sound by Kenneth Zunder is missing. Stanford gold arm, (SAIL Vic Scheinman) stacks four small colored cubes at three sites on a black table cloth. This is a brief glimpse at the early days of robotics.
This film describes the state of the speech recognition project as of Spring, 1969. A discussion of the problems of speech recignition is followed by two realtime demonstrations of the system. The first shows the computer learning to recognize phrases and the second shows how the hand-eye system may be controlled by voice commands. Commands as complicated as 'Pick up the small block in the lower lefthand corner', are recognized and the tasks are carried out by the computer controlled arm...
Keywords: Speech Recognition; Robotics; SAIL; Raj Reddy; SAILFILM; Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory; Rancho Arm
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